AR App Lets Users Scan Moles To See If They Are Cancerous

AR App Lets Users Scan Moles To See If They Are Cancerous
technology

Users can self-examine moles for melanoma using Doctor Mole.

Yi Chen
  • 4 october 2012


Doctor Mole is a smartphone app that allows users to check their moles for melanoma. The skin cancer app uses augmented reality technology to identify any irregularities in the size, shape, color, and border of the mole. It analyses the data in real-time and provides ‘risk’ level for each of the characteristics. Users can also set up automatic reminders to checkup on any spot and compare photos to help track any changes to the mole.

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